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Does anyone know Bonny?

Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by linkman, Sep 1, 2013.

  1. linkman

    linkman Regular Member

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    Recently, i heard lots of people talking about Bonny, Does anyone try Bonny racket?

    Your information will be appreciated!:crying::crying:
     
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    Thankyou so much, i just buy one classiccarbon 8800AX from web site, actually fell quite good.any way, thanks for your information
     
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    Bonny make some very, very nice rackets, I have a couple. Just wish they were easier to get outside of China.
     
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    I had a Classic Carbon Pro 1. Loved it to bits! Just wished that the balance is a little head heavier. Any other Bonny racquet models fit those specs?
     
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    Have a look at the Classic Carbon 1982 or the Ti-Armour 6000.
     
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    Maklike Tier Regular Member

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    If you read Chinese maybe Taobao?
     
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    You could get a taobao agent in Singapore to purchase the racket on your behalf

    http://www.65daigou.com/Kernal/Login.aspx
    http://www.sgshop.com.sg/

    http://s.taobao.com/search?q=BONNY+...aiwaigou&pid=mm_14507416_2297358_8935934&unid=
     
  10. linkman

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    can't agree anymore:crying::crying::crying::crying::crying:
     
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    Have a look at the Classic Carbon 1982 or the Ti-Armour 6000.[​IMG]
     
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    Take a look at 8800AX, may suprise you
     
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    I have 8800AX, Black Mamba, 2013P & classic carbon 9000......... I can say the paint is excellent. I just try 8800AX & 2013P, it is a good smashing racket.
     
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    Anyone here using the Black Mamba 2 and how does it feel like when compared to a 3U (ZF2/TK9000)?
     
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    while big name rackets like Yonex, Victor, Lining are usually 30%of retail price for new rackets in my area, Bonny is usually 40% off retail price, X-Phoenix feels like quite a solid good one for me.
     
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    I have one. And it ain't like a ZF2 / TK9000. It's more of a mix between BS 12 and Arc 11.
     
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    I recently bought 2 pieces of 8800AX and 1 piece of 1982P.
    The 8800AX feels like a more user-friendly version of Yonex Arcsaber 10.
    It is less stiff, so it is much easier to bend the shaft and generate power.
    The 1982P shares the same profile/mold as the 8800AX but is noticeably head heavier.
    I personally prefer the 8800AX over the 1982P.
     
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    taiwanese brand, from what I read in forum in China, it's getting better and better, shoes are good value, so are some of their very classic model like 1982, 9900, etc
     
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    I hoped to find some of their stuff at local dealers but later learned that all sellers of Bonny lie over the ocean.:p
     
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    I can refer you to reliable reseller if you want
     

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